32 Reviews

Easy and tastes wonderful. If anyone reading this is from Eastern PA, (Lehigh Valley Area), this tastes like Moravian Coffee Cake, but in a pie form with extra moistness. I will definitely be making this again.

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TheDancingCook January 18, 2002

Yummy... I made this for my family yesterday. They loved it. When you cut into this pie it's ooey gooey (if that's a word)..lol. So nice and moist with a wonderful texture. Surely this is a 'keeper' in my recipe file. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.

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luvmybge April 29, 2002

This pie was excellent. I served it to my sister and brother-in-law over the past weekend, and they raved about it. We put homemade ice cream on top of a piece of pie and it was delicious. I think the "insides" turned out a bit more runny than they are supposed to. I think the problem may have been that I didn't beat the eggs long enough. Nevertheless, I will definitely make this one again! It's a keeper!

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Lubie January 13, 2003

I made this pie for our Thanksgiving dinner. It filled 2 shallow store bought 9 inch pie crusts. I baked them for an hour and they turned out perfectly! I served them warm with ice cream on top. Thanks so much for posting!

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A.S.K. November 29, 2010

For a "nuttier" taste I toast the oatmeal in a hot skillet til light brown and let cool before adding. Thanks for posting this recipe! I had lost mine and needed to find one for a friend who's allergic to nuts but still loves the flavors of Southern Cookin' :)

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Cookin' Tatter December 23, 2009

All I can say is WOW! I had no corn syrup so as suggested I used 1/2 honey and 1/2 sorghum. I also toasted the oatmeal. This made two pies. I baked them for 50 minutes and the tooth pick test told me that was long enough. I loved the way the oatmeal kinda floated to the top making a top crust. I think I'll add raisins next time! Thanks Steven

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Paka April 19, 2011

This pie was delicious, easy to make, inexpensive...loved it! I used a deep dish pie pan, and it was done in 50 min in my oven which tends to cook faster than some. I wish I could have posted a picture but it was really gone quick! Maybe next time! Thanks for posting:)

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sweetcakes April 15, 2011

I made this of an office party and it was a hit! I also had problems getting it it set up right and will try cooking a little longer next time - maybe 1 hr instead of 45 min. Even my picky, picky daughter loved it. It's a keeper!

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Farmer's Daughter March 18, 2010

If you like pecan pie, you're gonna love this. I do this instead, this is my third time making it, * kept forgetting to rate it until today* I do this instead of pecan pie. Its heart healthiness is a pleaser to my husband who has to watch his cholestrol. I have made this for a friend in town who is allergic to nuts as well. I prefer the oatmeal pie over a pecan pie myself. I do use Irish Oats. I tend to bake it at 325 for 1 1/2 hours. That's my only change and the bake time is due to my oven being vented from the outside. * Fifthwheel Oven* Which is on target with temp.. just can get cooler being vented from outside.. Anyway.. Its a great recipe and a taste from the past. Tysvm Steven

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WyomingMoonDust June 04, 2009

I've already made this 4 times, added some walnuts to the last 2 pies. SO good! Thanks!!! :)

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Bella Rachelle April 02, 2008
Old-Fashion Oatmeal Pie